Voice figures

June 3, 2006

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In 1885, Margaret Watts Hughes invented the eidophone, a device that translated the vibrations of her voice into patterns on a glycerin-coated elastic membrane. It allowed her to paint with song.
[Thanks to the Kirchner Society]

Visible Sound. I. Voice Figures,
by Margaret Watts Hughes: pp. 37-40

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